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We'll be joined by William Greehey, CEO of Valero (search), whose merger with rival Premcor Inc. vaults it ahead of Exxon Mobil as the largest refiner of crude oil in North America.

David Certner, director of federal affairs of the AARP, explains why he thinks Social Security (search) checks are more important than ever to today's seniors.

Usually when New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer talks, people settle. But, Ted Sihpol says he's innocent of late trading. Evan Stewart, Ted Sihpol's attorney, explains why his client is fighting.

We'll take the market's temperature with Meredith Whitney, executive director of CIBC World Markets, and Jim Awad, chairman of Awad Asset Management.

Plus, before two heavyweights battle it out in the ring, current WBA Heavyweight Champion, John "The Quiet Man" Ruiz, and the man set on taking away his title, James "Lights Out" Toney, square off on an explosive edition of "Your World!"

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